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the islamist threats confronting america. today, americans simply do not have what washington called the right understanding of the threats from the persian gulf region. in my writings i thought to acquaint americans with the nature of these threats. whether from iran in its a religion is in iraq and lebanon, the vicious martial anti-christian, anti-jewish and anti-western brand of islam is theology exporter under saudi arabia's official, or the forces of osama bin laden, al qaeda and other sunnis islamists lead and insight. and i also argued that the united states government under both parties is fighting an islamist enemy that does not exist. and, therefore, it is a policy that runs counter to america's historical traditions, and so to its best interests. official washington islamist enemy is the stuff of hollywood farce. beat a shia or sunni, the islamists are a limited band of fanatic nihilists, ready to kill widely and indiscriminately for the pure joy of murdering. and ready to sacrifice their lives because my daughters go to university, i went hold early presidential primaries every fou
the america's cup. we wanted to take this opportunity after having initially briefed mayor lee on the america's cup and having him have the opportunity to actually kind of see first hand some of the venues and the real opportunities of what the america's cup is going to bring to san francisco. we are going to hear from the -- representatives from the entire americas cup family and those folks that were responsible for helping to bring this event here. without further ado, mayor lee. [applause] mayor lee: good morning, everyone. just walking through the peers with members of the port. i can not only say that not only did we make the right decision, the world has made the right decision. this is one of the most beautiful places on our -- earth that this 34th america's cup could possibly be. when you look out today, you'll get a glimpse of what millions of other people and viewers and visitors will see in 2013. my first thought was to let you know that this was a very high priority for me. many of you know i was not here december 31, so i have been looking for the unopened champagne bottle that
real is the recovery? how can america keep putting people back to work? we'll have a spirited debate. and i'll be joined by diane sawyer as we ask, how important is it to buy things that are made in america? >>> in libya, an uprising erupts into civil war. colonel gadhafi told me his people love him. but now his forces are battling a rebel army in the streets. we'll have the latest. and my exclusive interview with senator john mccain. he's calling for intervention. >>> and we'll meet the women behind the upraising. could they be al qaeda's biggest threat? >>> welcome to our viewers here and around the world. these days, americans have had to think hard about where the united states stands in the world. how the american worker fits into a new and changes global economy. and why stand the united states should take as people fight for basic freedoms around the middle east. we turn first to jobs. issue number one for the american people. and this week, finally, some good news to report. for the first time in almost two years, the unemployment rate has dropped below 9%. 192,000 jobs were
's norah o'donnell and "time magazine's" rick stengel. "time magazine" has this cover, is america still number one? nobody knows, job growth is on the right path right now but if we don't cut the debt, will america's greatness end, and if we don't invest in education and research, will greatness end? decade after decade, we relearn that the american belief in our strength tends to be self sulfilling and presidents to speak to that faith in the future tend to lead there and those who speak to worry don't do as well. jimmy carter, 1979. >> the erosion of our confidence in the future is threatening to destroy the social and the political fabric of america. >> the 2012 race will test president obama's ability to inspire confidence, optimism in the future in the face of increasing global rivalries. there's a big partisan divide on this and nbc's last poll, 39% of democrats said the country's in decline, just 39%. but look at this jump. 58% of independents and 69% of republicans who live in the same country think we're in decline. rick, big differential there. how will this play out as we pic
in america. i went back home at the end of the summer, and 10 years later, moved to new york. a couple years ago, my wife and i, i was out of graduate school, and we decided to spend some time in china, and here we are in beijing in one of these smoggy hazy rainy afternoons, and nothing to do other than stare at the very small television with one channel. we see a picture of this boy, and the picture was very clearly taken in the 19th century. the boy was clearly chinese, and the building to which next he was standing was clearly yale university. i thought to myself, i had no idea there were chinese students in yale university nonetheless in the 19th servelg ri. i started researching the story and discovered these remarkable young men of the story i will soon tell you. they wrote a lot of letters, kept journals, and when i read their journals and letters, i couldn't help but feel an immediate sense of tremendous, tremendous empathy. like them, i was from a different culture and came here to attend school and i felt i had to work really, really hard to understand what the culture was about an
publishers including housing america and liberty nor safety are both outside publisher's. but we do both. >> thank you very much for your time. >> thank you so much. >> from new york city, liel leibovitz recounts the visit of 120 boys from china's qing empire to america in 1872. the boys and listed as members of the chinese educational mission were sent to the united states united states to learn the innovations of the last and return to china with new ideas. this is about 35 minutes. >> before i start to tell you the story of these remarkable men, i would like to tell a very short story of a far less remarkable man, myself. i was born in tel aviv, israel and when i was about 10 years old, and mother took me to spend the summer in a mysterious, exotic, faraway land filled with rich and splendid treasures. i'm talking of course about new jersey. and when i got to new jersey and attended summer camp for a couple of months, i made a bunch of startling discoveries. some discoveries were small, like the fact that previously believed to reside in fruit actually could come in a box or that ther
of unions in america. and throughout the world uprisings in north africa and the middle east sending oil prices surging. stephen moore editorial writer joins me now. one issue at a time. >> okay. >> when these protests in state capitols subside, will unions, which have been weakened over the last 30 years in america, will they come out stronger or weaker? >> well, i don't view this as an assault against the unions but i do think this is a really important fight for the future of finances of state and local governments across the country. one of the things i try to tell viewers is this isn't just about wisconsin. what's happening in madison. this is about what is likely to happen in many, many states if they don't get their public pensions and their public health care under control. and so i think the stakes are really high here, ali. i think in the end that these legislators are going to do the right thing. >> sorry, do the right thing, do the right thing, you mean go ahead with these plans that some people call union busting? >> look. i think the most important thing is you've got to ge
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jonathan shapiro on behalf of the united states of america -- and the defense lawyer had to say joe smith for this shmuck -- you get a sense that the system has bought into it. if you convict an innocent man, you have committed a far worse crime than any other crime because you have let the guilty party off scot-free. that is incorrect incredibly -- an incredibly important message. if anybody is waving the flag, it ought to be the public defender's office. their reluctance to do so, somehow, the sense that if they do so in will make them seem pro-government or some kind, i have never been able to fully grasp. >> let me ask a question. should we remake the image of the public defender in to the public crusader? is that what we want to do, do we need to, should we? >> i certainly think so. i bought into the public crusader thing when i was a child. ironically, here i am, not serving as a criminal defense attorney or public defender. i wanted to be a criminal defense attorney from the age of eight years old. i saw perry mason when i was a child. my father used to take me to the court house t
>>> this sunday, what do the events sweeping the mid east mean for america's fragile economic economy, as gas prices spike around the country? and the budget battle in washington. >>> the latest proposal is unacceptable and it's indefensible. >>> the white house and republicans are far apart on how deeply to cut govovernment spending. but is there an opening to fix budget-busting programs like social security and medicare? i'll ask my exclusive guests this morning, white house chief of staff william daley. >>> and is the tea party creating division amongst republicans or laying the foundation for successful challenge for the president in 2012? we have the head of the tea party caucus in the house, republican from minnesota, michele bachmann. finally, politically analysis on the crisis in libya, the spending fight in washington and new moves of potential gop contenders for 2012. of with us, eugene robinson and columnist for the "new york times" and author of the new book, "the social animal," david times" and author of the new book, "the social animal," david brooks. captions
from taking hold in their communities. >> we're not terrorist suspects. we are america's brightest prospects. >>> plus, author mary karr on battling alcoholism and depression, and finding a haven in the roman catholic church. >>> welcome. i'm kim lawton, sitting in for bob abernethy. thank you for joining us. international humanitarian groups raced to help refugees fleeing the violence and chaos in libya this week. more than 200,000 people have arrived at the borders between libya and tunisia and egypt. the international red cross and red crescent societies are leading efforts to provide food, water, and sanitation, as well as medical help for the wounded. islamic relief has deployed teams of doctors and aid workers. and libya's small christian community sought help for people who have taken refuge in churches and church-run facilities. >>> religious and political leaders around the world condemned the assassination of shahbaz bhatti, the only christian to serve in pakistan's cabinet. bhatti was shot to death in his car. a roman catholic, he was pakistan's minister of minorities. b
and in america over budgets and politics. nick kristof back from the middle east. eliot spitzer familiar with the problems of balancing budgets. david frum. chrystia freeland. what in the world. we found a nation even more divided than our own. finally we'll take a last look at the ultimate mubarak bling. i'll explain. now, there's an interesting debate about whether the events in the middle east are good for the united states, the west, good for peace and stability, but i think there can be little dispute about whom they are bad for. al qaeda. in fact the arab revolts of 2011 represent a total repudiation of al qaeda's founding ideology. think about it. for 20 years al qaeda has said that the regimes of the arab world and massive dictatorships and the only way to overthrow them is to support al qaeda and its terrorism. then in a few weeks the people of the arab world have overturned two governments by means of nonviolent demonstrations and begun a process reform and revolution that will alter the basic bargain between the ruler and ruled in the middle east. al qaeda insisted that people
with the plans for the america's cup? do you think the city should try it spend money to keep the 49ers? supervisor mar: did not get me started. i could go on for a long time. i think america's cup will help the whole area. i think the organizing committee has a big task to raise a lot of private sector money so it does not impact negatively on our general fund, but i do think the deal crafted by a lot of the enforcement is a good deal will help a lot of the parts of the city that need the help. it is also a lot of gauging of community groups and the yacht club saying that they want to provide better boating opportunities and education for young people in the mission district or, hopefully, in the mission or other places. but i know that as the america's cup moves forward, there are many community-based groups that want to be part of it. we recently had communications from the parks council wanting to ensure the swimming and blue and green projects could be created with the america's cup also encourages improvements of swimming pools so people see how water is a big part of our lives th
temperate forest regions, the klamath-siskiyou ecoregion. this is a rugged, mountainous area on america's west coast, straddling the border between the states of oregon and california. the ancient forest of the klamath-siskiyou is home to a great diversity of species, many of them rare and endangered. some of its trees are very old and very large, growing here long before the first europeans arrived. it's a place of fast-moving rivers and remote terrain were bigfoot is said to dwell. visitors come here from all over the world. [chainsaw buzzing] but this region has also seen heavy logging of its valuable trees. and its rivers have been dammed in many places. but in spite of these sometimes drastic alterations to the landscape, more than 1/3 of the klamath-siskiyou's old-growth forest remains. and long, wild stretches of river tumble freely through this land. how is it that much of the klamath-siskiyou remains intact? and will this trend continue in this ancient sylvan paradise? [vocalizing and drumming] on the banks of the rogue river, which flows through the heart of the klamath-siskiy
. supervisor avalos: i appreciate the sort of high- level response. do you want to speak to the america's cup? >> the america's cup project, the city entered the agreement on december 31. we are in the process of conducting analysis pursuant to the california environmental quality act. that will not be a project until we have completed seqa and got the other permits. . two ways to think about employment with respect to the america's cup. it will generate much money in economic activity. the planned timeline is 2013 for races. projections are that of $1.4 billion in economic activity will yield many new jobs regionally. that is an awful lot of jobs in the short amount of time. a lot of that as private sector activity. the city will not have a contractual or similar hook to try to control health local hire it fits into that purely private sector activity. there is a lot of activity planned on the port property either in the form of construction activity and through the new leases. the america's cup authority will be leasing 8 piers and two acres for hosting the event. we would be looking to the
states of america has achieved new progress. people to people contacts and exchanges between our two countries grow rapidly. last year, 3 million visited each other. 1 million from china, 2 million from the united states of america. we see our mutual friendship enhanced, our cooperation consolidated and expanded. especially, our bilateral trade reached a new record of $385.3 billion. 29.3% more than the previous year. that is 150 times more than 32 years ago, when china and america established diplomatic relations. and the state of california maintains its leading position in exports to china. in the fourth quarter of last year, california exported x 0.8 billion u.s. dollars to china, which is 28% more than the same period of last year. 35% is from the bay area. the year 2010 is also a very remarkable in the relationship between china and san francisco. last year, shanghai and san francisco celebrated the city's anniversary of the sister city relationship. three mayors of this city led a large delegation to shanghai and inaugurated the grand opening of the san francisco post at the w
of the next week. >> schieffer: do you think it is in the united states of america's national interest that qaddafi has to go? we know it's in the interest of the libyan people but is it in our national interest? >> yes, it is because if qaddafi stays there is no question that he will be mischief in the days ahead as he has been in the past. furthermore, i think what is happening all across the middle east is in our strategic national interest. if we have emerging democracies, people who come out who say to al qaeda, look, we didn't have one suicide bomber, we didn't have one violent, you know, sort of explosive acts against the west or somebody to make a dramatic statement, we took matters into our own hands with respect to our own government and we have produced change. that just, you know, that's not an iranian moment. it's not an al qaeda moment. it's the people of libya attaching themselvess to the very values and principles that we have espoused for so many years in that region. i think if these countries do reform and they do give greater voice to their people and there is great
for more than a decade and the one simple move this week that got him caught. >>> made in america. thousands of you writing in from the firefighter's uniform to the kindergarten class to the discovery at the golden gate bridge. what all of you found. >>> good evening on this saturday. like clockwork, the spike in twisters we see every year when we start the month of march returned in devastating force. one tearing through a louisiana town, flipping a mail truck like a toy. snapping utility poles. the power is out tonight in more than 100 homes damaged. we've now learned of one death, a mother trying to save her child. the tornado is part of a massive storm system. there are flood warnings and watches in 20 states from the mississippi river to the hudson river. meteorologist chikage windler leads us off. >> reporter: three suspected tornados touched down within 15 minutes of each other in southern louisiana this morning. hardest hit, the town of rayne where winds leveled businesses and damaged 50 homes. at least a dozen people were injured. a 21-year-old mother was killed when she
. so mexico is organized crime gangs touch practically every community in america. question, if marijuana were legalized in the u.s., what impact would that have on the u.s.-mexican relationship? you get that, monica. >> i got. that with some states have legalized the use of medicinal marijuana but in this country you'll knit ever go the legalization in any kind of national sense. it's not going to happen. and it's not just marijuana that the drug traffickers are bringing across the border. it's heroin. it's cocaine. it's the whole range of drugs. what is going on on the border? there are three war. there's the war between the drug cartels, there's the war between the mexican government and the cartels, and then there's the war against the mexican citizens and individuals by the criminals and by the cartels. united states is trying to help mexico, but our agents crossing the border are not allowed to be armed, putting us as a huge disadvantage and the murder of that ice agent two weeks ago was a game changer. it changed the dynamic of our interests, not only our economic int
's bring up contemporary examples. we just secured the rights to the america's cup. one would think that mandatory local hiring would help us ensure that the notion of the america's cup would secure in local hiring strategy. but it does not. it is not inclusive of pork projects. is that correct? >> that is correct. the only opportunity there is the leasing agreements the city would enter into where a first source would be subject to the lease. supervisor avalos: a fallback is that mandatory local hiring does not have a statutory rees reached reached. first source is the lever to try to exact local work force hiring and training agreements. subtracting from port jurisdiction, would it make sense for us to figure out a legislative enhancement that does the same thing as public works construction but also includes some of the port for a project like america's cup? we're talking about 1000 jobs. others say more. others say less. would that be to our advantage to try to secure that agreement to make sure that those jobs go locally? >> from owd's perspective, the idea of local jobs genera
to stop the radicalization within some muslims in america. so it will be interesting to see whether there is any interplay among the two groups today. since the rallies have just begun, impossible to say at this point. >> susan, we'll follow you throughout this hour. insight from a former diplomat akbar ahmed. he said he wants to help guide the direction of these hearings on capitol hill. we'll ask what he means by that. >>> dozens of police officers are being investigated for what they put on facebook. the controversial comments right after this. merica: we created the electricity that powered the alarm clocks and brewed the coffee. we heated the bathwater and gave kelly a cleaner ride to school. cooked the cube steaks and steamed the veggies. entertained dad, and mom, and a neighbor or two. kept watch on the house when they slept. and tomorrow we could do even more. we're cleaner, domestic, abundant and ready now. we're america's natural gas. the smarter power today. learn more at anga.us. basic. preferred. at meineke i have options on oil changes. and now i get free roadside assi
nov y diciembre . >> al regresar... . >> hablamos sobre lo que pasó entre santos y el america . >> ya regresamos . >> ♪. >> ♪. >> acción deportiva los goles del america y william bonilla . >> ¿quñ tal? buenas noches la fecha número nueve podría terminar como la menos productiva, sólo tenemos diez anotaciones. >> santos con el america, no le alcanzo. >> diego sorprendio a todos con dos delanteros. >> ahí esta la primera anotacion, de cabeza, el empate. >> a santos le costo abrir el empate. >> benitez estaba el gol del empate. >> se terminó con las aspiraciones, diego coca llego a cinco derrotas y victorias. >> que golazo más espectacular. >> ganaba pumas uno por cero. >> bravo lograba el segundo en el torneo. >> que mala suerte la de querñtaro, le adivinaban el tiro. >> envíaba el esferico al cerro. >> le daba el pase a carreño que servia para abrir el camino. >> se lograba anotar el marcador, dos por cero para el campeon . >> tuvimos la chance de ir dos cero, pero perdónamos con monterrey no se puede hacer eso. >> sabiamos que iban a contra golpear, debemos estar pend
>>> good morning, america. >>> good morning, america. i'm dan harris. >> and i'm bianna golodryga. it's sunday, march 6th. this morning, touchdown. four rapid-fire tornadoes tear across louisiana. one mother makes the ultimate sacrifice to save her baby. today, the wild weather pushes east and north expected to produce more drenching rain and up to a foot of snow. >>> it begins. the 2012 race for president appears to be coming to life. newt gingrich heads to iowa, and mitt romney comes out swinging at president obama saying he has to go. we're going to take a look at the potential republican candidates, who's in, who's out and who's on the fence? >>> where is austin bice? this college student has been missing for more than a week in spain. his desperate parents are now leading the search demanding answers. >>> and up, up and away. a bold attempt to make life imitate art. engineers try to re-create that incredible scene from the movie "up." but can you really make a house fly with just helium balloons? >>> and let's pull up that video one more time. we've been talking about this al
side of beautiful: rethinking race in prisons in america" will be published later this year. the start of the off-broadway hip-hop theater production, he has lectured and performed at over 100 colleges and correctional facilities in the united states, africa, asia, latin america, and europe. he has released two albums to critical acclaim, taught at brooklyn college, new york university, the new school in columbia university, and is now touring lyrics for lockdown. one of those is sponsored by the naacp. i learned that he is beginning rehearsals for the remakes of "the wiz." let's welcome him. [applause] our moderator for this afternoon, world renowned anti- racist, multicultural educator. [applause] yes. as many of you in the audience know, she is an accomplished front line teacher. a teacher, educators, researchers, writers, consultant, speaker. she is like a mother, auntie, big sister, all in one, for me. she has taught in canada, the caribbean, and the u.s. and has been involved in the development of teachers for two decades. she consults on anti-racist inclusion very and equitable
and politicians need that have been and the important thing is this is america's city a doherty has a stake in the city, every becomes here, belongs them and this comes about. >> one of the things we do in the book there is very strange thing for example, the lincoln conspirators were hung in the famous photograph is now the place in which garfield was shot on his way back to the williams college reunion waiting for the building on the mall. a little tiny markers about as big as a trustee that says this is where the president was shot, so part of this is discovering this league history of the city and the and back to amazing things in the civil war. there's part of washington where abraham lincoln there's a battle in washington that the confederate troops are approaching the city and abraham lincoln stands up and they shoot at him and somebody says mr. president, and they pull him down. one of the problems of the battle of fort stevens is have the soldiers had to keep the citizens sightseers back from getting killed. this wildness that was here all along and was sort of limestone do
appreciate your insight. >>> we'll try to get into the minds of republican hopefuls. somewhere in america, there's a doctor who can peer into the future. there's a nurse who can access in an instant every patient's past. and because the whole hospital's working together, there's a family who can breathe easy, right now. somewhere in america, we've already answered some of the nation's toughest healthcare questions. and the over 60,000 people of siemens are ready to do it again. siemens. answers. >>> joining me now to talk presidential politics, two men who have had firsthand experience on the campaign trail. republican lamar alexander ran for his party's nomination twice in the 1996 and 2000 election. and bill richards was presidential candidate in 20 08. i don't know if that seemed like a long time ago or short time ago, but i know you remember it well. so, let me ask you first, when you look at just the general state of play in the presidential field, we're looking at a president likely to not have any serious -- any serious competition in the primaries and then a wide open republican f
jobs in america and help had save our children from bankruptcy, we've got to take america off this fiscally irresponsible path, borrowing 4 cents on the dollars, much of it from the chinese and sending it to our children. house republicans proposal we keep the government open. the senate had time to consider it. they wanted more time so we gave them two more weeks. i hope they join us and i agree with dick, i would hope we could work on a bipartisan basis to put this nation on a fiscally sustainable path. >> chris: let me break in. i might note in my answer to my question, neither of you said, democrats, whether you're willing to accept more cuts, republicans willing to accept more. nor senator durbin you and other democrats talk about meeting the republicans halfway. >> democrats stand ready to meet the republicans halfway on this. that would be fair. >> my administration's put forward specific cuts that meet congressional republicans halfway. >> chris: but several major news organizations say that talk about meeting the republicans halfway is a phony. to get there you claim
number two, if we are going to help create more jobs in america, if we're going to help save our children from bankruptcy, we've got to take america off this fiscally irresponsible path. that we're borrowing almost 40 cents on the dollar. much of it from the chinese. and sending the bill to our children and grandchildren. so house republicans put forth a proposal that would keep the government open, the senate frankly has had plenty of time to consider it. they wanted more time so we gave them two more weeks, but i hope they would join us. i agree with dick, i hope we can work on a bipartisan nation to put the nation on fiscally sustainable path. >> chris: let me break in, if i may. i might note in my answer to the question neither of you said democrats, whether you're willing to accept more cuts, republicans, whether you are willing to accept more cuts. you keep talking about meeting the republicans halfway. let's watch. >> democrats ready to meet the republicans halfway on this, that would be fair. >> my administration has already put forward specific cuts that meet congressional republ
that you are always looking at how you can improve yourself and make your team better and for team america we need to be looking at what our economic policies, tax policies, energy, education policies which are mostly state, not federal, but what can we do to make sure everyone in america has that opportunity to compete and succeed, and i have a chapter in the book that we've been on the first down since the 1970's. those sports teams love to say we are number one, we are number one. well america is number one when it comes to energy resources things to our plentiful coal as well as gas and oil resources but the leaders in washington will get these resources as a curse. any other country would consider them a blessing so we need to unleash our resources and the resources of our creative people rather than continue to get jerked around by dictators, oligarchs and the cartel's. >> is the competition getting fierce between the team republican and team democrat? >> it has been the that's decided by the people. the fans decide who has the best idea. the fans get the vote depending on what the o
. florida to the night where rigid while another florida team. it looks like march [music playing] america's beverage companies are working together to put more information right up front... adding new calorie labels to every suogle can, bottle, and pack they produce... so you can make the choice that's right for you. >> the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers, moving a forward. >> george mason came into today's semifinal game against virginia commonwealth with a 16 game winning streak under its belt. but all good things must come to an end, and that is how it went down today. here's the head coach before tipoff, ready for the big game. mason trails 39-23. mason has a comeback, but nixon finds it burgess. vcu whence and manages to knock down 20 but frank mason. the national look to take on the atlanta braves and get a win in florida today. debt wyler is a strong candidate for the fifth starter a job. he allowed only one hard-hit ball. it was his 28th birthday. a shot to left field, a great play. harbour is clearly disappointed. the braves go on to win 5-0. the c
political pressure to do something. it may include tapping into america's strategic oil reserve to help bring down prices. >> there is the issue of the reserves is one considering. it has only been done in the very rare occasions. >> pump prices are topping $4 in some places. we have seen this cause the oppressed and the people going for libya and the middle east and we are all feeling the effects, the sudden surge of the pomp of. it is threatening to increase the cost of everything from food to air travel. that is bad news for the economy. the last time prices by like this the answer seemed simple. >> the drill baby, jerell -- drill baby, drill. >> i will buy an electric car tomorrow which will give me the pleasure of not sending money overseas to blow us up of. >> rise in prices and anxiety in that go far beyond the pomp. >> the have just hit their second biggest jump in the history second only to the aftermath of hurricane katrina in 2005. in washington, brian mooar, wbal-tv 11 years. >> you can compare local gas prices and calculate your mileage on our website, wbaltv.com. click on
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